The Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, founded in 1996, is a charitable organization dedicated to advancing the awareness and appreciation of architecture in Winnipeg through public education. The organization executes vast amounts of research into local buildings and architects, primarily those affiliated with the modernist period (1945–1975).

We worked with the WAF and authors Sheila Grover and Greg Thomas to lay out The Forks: A Meeting Place Transformed. This 110-page book includes a history of The Forks—a historic site and meeting place in downtown Winnipeg—as well as a 31-stop self-guided tour of its buildings and landscape features.